Modi Urges BJP Leaders To Stay Prepared For “Strong Fight” 

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Modi Urges BJP Leaders To Stay Prepared For “Strong Fight”

| Updated: March 28, 2023 14:37

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who was present at the BJP parliamentary party meeting on Tuesday, urged the leaders to be prepared for a “strong fight,” warning that the opposition will attack the party more frequently as it gains ground and becomes more successful.

Today in the New Delhi Parliament complex, the BJP parliamentary party met.

This meeting was held for the first time during the currently taking place second part of the session. The BJP MPs praised PM Modi at the beginning of the conference for helping them achieve three significant victories in the recently held Assembly elections in the northeastern states.

The party officials applauded PM Modi for the party’s victories in the coalition-governed states of Tripura, Meghalaya, and Nagaland.

The Prime Minister said: “The more, the BJP continues to taste success and rise, the more the attacks from the other side will increase. Have to be ready for a strong fight”.

The opposition has been pressing for a JPC on the Adani-Hindenburg issue, while the BJP has demanded Rahul Gandhi’s apology for disparaging PM Modi, at a time when the House is stuck in a deadlock.

The BJP and NDA MPs continue to criticise the congress party and Rahul Gandhi for insulting Veer Savarkar and the OBC community, while the opposition parties continue to term Rahul Gandhi’s removal as a member of the Lok Sabha an attack on democracy.

On Monday, the opposition protested the Centre over their demand for a JPC into the Adani issue by marching in black from the Parliament complex to Vijay Chowk.

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